aldi mens snow boots £15.99
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aldi mens snow boots £15.99

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Found 2nd Dec 2012
These are great boots internal wool lining very comfertable and warm great grip very light and ready for the snow!!!!!!

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These look OK, and they may well be "warm and comfortable" but I'm guessing for under 16 quid they're not going to be water resistent so may well be a false economy.
I note the Aldi website describes them as "winter boots" rather than "snow boots" but what's the point of having such high boots if you can't wear them in deep snow without getting your feet wet? I suppose you could buy some spray-on water repellant and treat them yourself, but you might be better off putting the extra money towards a better pair of boots with a proper waterproof membrane?
Edited by: "ian.online" 2nd Dec 2012

Damm it, just bought some with groupon at same price + delivery but these have a better look to them

These might come in handy with predicted forecast, thou i wait and see me thinks. They got that bumper summer wrong other year :LMAO
YThe poor old meta office thrillion calcuations, still cant seem to run grannys garden vwry fast
Edited by: "leeparsons" 3rd Dec 2012

Just bought these for saturday mornings stood at the side of the soccer pitch - hopefully will have warm feet at the end of it.

I had some of these a few years back, my feet got wet. I had to put carrier bags over my feet to keep them dry :). I gave up and now just wear warm socks and dunlop wellies

There's loads of these boots about this year for around the £15 mark. They may well be fleece lined, warm and comfortable but they aren't waterproof.

Snowtacular!

Mikey1610

There's loads of these boots about this year for around the £15 mark. … There's loads of these boots about this year for around the £15 mark. They may well be fleece lined, warm and comfortable but they aren't waterproof.



Non waterproof snow boot = fail for me. How can you walk in snow if it can't take being wet? What is the point? Ergh @ freezing wet feet. Not a terrible price, but really average, nothing to get excited about.

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they are only 16 quid guys come on they are not wellies!!!!!??

chipper12

they are only 16 quid guys come on they are not wellies!!!!!??


You can buy a pair of thermal socks for less than 16 quid, if your main objective is to keep your feet warm.
Unfortunately, you'll need to spend a little more money if you want to keep your tootsies dry.
My main gripe is that these purport to be something they're not ("winter boots") and that people may end up losing money buying them on impulse because they "look" like they're up to the job, but then have to go out and buy something more suitable costing them even more money.
At the end of the day, you pays your money and you makes your choice. I'm all for a bargain, but there's certain things I tend not to scrimp on and winter footwear is one such thing.

leeparsons

These might come in handy with predicted forecast, thou i wait and see me … These might come in handy with predicted forecast, thou i wait and see me thinks. They got that bumper summer wrong other year :LMAOYThe poor old meta office thrillion calcuations, still cant seem to run grannys garden vwry fast :DEdited By: leeparsons on Dec 03, 2012 02:38



what did u edit? lololol

I have used these unlike some of the other comments posted..I USED these in Finland in 4ft snow drifts and my feet were warm and dry the whole time.just remember to buy one size too big and use two pairs of woolen socks and lace them up from the front so that they are tight and they will give many years of dry warm feet.This was especially usefull in -25......
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